April 9, 2024

BJP’s ‘Clean-Up’ Drive: Clearing Corruption or Clearing Opposition?

Well, well, well, ladies and gentlemen, strap yourselves in because we’re about to take a wild ride through the rollercoaster of Indian politics. And let me tell you, it’s a journey filled with more twists and turns than a Bollywood plotline on steroids. So, let’s grab our chai and dive headfirst into the chaotic spectacle […]

April 3, 2024

Life, Death, and the Gray Areas: My Unconventional Stance on Suicide

Suicide is a complex topic, often painted in broad strokes. Yet, I find myself seeing it in shades of gray rather than black and white. Let’s unpack this. Firstly, let’s be clear—I’m not here to romanticize suicide or offer it as a solution. No, sir. I firmly believe in extending a helping hand to those […]

March 28, 2024

Mental Health and Sustainability: The Unbreakable Connection

In a world where we’re busy saving the planet, climbing corporate ladders, and Instagramming our avocado toasts, there’s one thing we often forget: our sanity. Mental health is the forgotten child of sustainability, and it’s about time we gave it the attention it deserves. Imagine this: we’ve achieved all the Sustainable Development Goals, created a […]

March 21, 2024

Rahul Gandhi: The Unintentional Comedian of Indian Politics

Rahul Gandhi, the Congress party’s golden boy and self-proclaimed messiah of the people, has yet again graced us with his profound wisdom. In his latest address, Gandhi spoke about ‘Shakti’ in Hinduism. The devout Shiv bhakt probably didn’t know that Shakti in Hinduism is Nari and the power of women. While his intentions may have […]

March 16, 2024

A Satirical Glance into Political Investment

Ah, the grand spectacle of elections. A time-honored tradition where democracy dances with capitalism in a waltz of vested interests and ulterior motives. Let’s not delude ourselves with notions of noble civic duty; behind the facade of democracy lies a stage where the true players are not the voters, but the investors. Picture this: a […]

March 15, 2024

Pandemic Within the Pandemic

As the world grapples with the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, an unseen crisis has emerged, silently ravaging the well-being of millions: the mental health pandemic. In the wake of lockdowns, isolation, economic instability, and the fear of the unknown, individuals worldwide find themselves on the front lines of a battle against anxiety, stress, […]

March 5, 2024

Unveiling the Illustrations of “In My Head”: Why One-Size-Fits-All Solutions Fall Short

In the realm of mental health, one size fits all simply doesn’t cut it. Each individual’s experience with mental health is unique, as diverse as the people themselves. It’s a deeply personal journey, with intricacies and nuances that require personalized solutions tailored to the individual’s specific needs. Attempting to apply a blanket approach to mental […]

February 26, 2024

Unveiling the Illustrations of “In My Head”: Exploring Barriers to Mental Health

Welcome back to my blog! Today marks the beginning of a series where I’ll be delving into the unique illustrations featured in my book, “In My Head.” Through these visual narratives, we’ll explore various aspects of mental health, fostering understanding and sparking conversations. Our journey begins with a powerful illustration depicting a doorway labeled “Mental […]

February 20, 2024

The Fallacy of India Alliance: A Crumbling Antimodi Coalition

In the chaotic dance of Indian politics, alliances form and dissolve with alarming frequency, leaving voters bewildered and leaders scrambling for relevance. The latest casualty in this political theatre is the India alliance, a ragtag assembly of opposition parties united by little more than their shared disdain for one man: Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Let’s […]

February 14, 2024

Farmers’ March: Rights and Roads Collide

Once again, the nation finds itself at a crossroads as farmers take to the streets in protest, their demands echoing through the corridors of power. It’s hard not to wonder if this sudden surge in protest is more about a political agenda than genuine grievances, especially with national elections looming large on the horizon. However, […]

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